We need you to intervene in the field of corruption

 

This is a public call by the Museum of Corruption (MoC) to international artists in any  media to participate in the creation of the virtual collection of corruption praxis. MoC is initiated by ZMUC (Serbia), Open Hub (Romania) and NGO Laboratory of Culture Research (Ukraine) and is supported by Tandem for Culture and Open Society Foundation Serbia

 

We need you to intervene in the field of corruption, we found it increasingly important to react, especially now when our freedoms are being threatened either by the government or by the virus. 

 

In order to thoroughly research the phenomenology of corruption and its effect, six Museum departments have been established: the corruption of the time, language and culture, following by the corruption of data, personality and institution.   

 

 

 

Selected artworks will be credited and artists honorably mentioned on our web site.

 

Your works will be published in an Illustrated Guide through Corruption for Beginners, in order to make “less visible” agents of corruption visible and hopefully, ridiculous. Texts and illustrations that will appear in this Guide should depict and problematize the corruption of time, language, data, personality, culture and institution as civilization’s attainments. 

 

Selected artworks will be credited and artists honorably mentioned on our web site. The production costs of selected new artworks will be covered.

  

International jury – Viorica Badea, sociologist; Andrii Tuzhykov, technology enthusiast; Goran Denić, visual artist; will select artworks for the collection. 

There is a possibility for artists in residency program at Tara national park, Western Serbia if the outcomes of the COVID 19 pandemic allow participants to travel to the destination.

 

Dear friends and colleagues, we need your help in creating Illustrated Guide through Corruption for Beginners.

Please send works until June 15th, 2020 to muzejkorupcije@gmail.com in any of the following formats:

  • Jpg (CMYK) or BMP 300 dpi; 30cm x 40cm or 25 x 50cm
  • Pictograms in up to 5 colors in PNG, SVG, EPS, PSD and BASE 64 formats.
  • Videos up to 120 sec in MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, MPEG and FLV
  • Animation up to 30 sec in MP4 or MOV
  • Graphic novels, stories and audio in mp3, WAV are most welcome
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One Word in Blue Envelope

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I see, I hear, I talk

An author plays with the first logo of the Museum of Corruption (hands) and a stereotypical sign of monkey that doesn`t see, hear, or talks. Samuel Mgolombane was born out of extreme poverty in South African township Nyanga in 1966. He became famous for winning...

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Logo for Museum of Corruption

This animation is done by a 10-year-old girl, exclusively for the Museum of Corruption. She is having Weet Bix. Incorruptible breakfast. “How did I come to be animating this logo? Well, Goran came to South Africa, Johannesburg, to do some research for his Museum of...

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Portrait of Daliborka U.

 “Post and following comments by Goran Denić will only get a meaningful and effective answer through state court prosecution we intend to initiate and where the appointee would have an opportunity, but also the legal obligation to prove his allegations indisputably or to be subject...

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Keepers of Your Honesty

A clear reference to verses of “Oj, svijetla majska zoro” “Oh, bright dawn of May” a national anthem of Montenegro adopted in 2004. Oh, bright dawn of May. Our mother Montenegro. We are sons of your rocks And keepers of your honesty We love you,...

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E-Lollipop

Anton Kannemeyer (b.1967) is a South African comics artist, who sometimes goes by the pseudonym Joe Dog. Kannemeyer has lectured the University of Pretoria, Technikon Witwatersrand, and was also a senior lecturer at the University of Stellenbosch. The reference is to a 70s movie called...

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Google Maps Hacks

Google Maps Hacks Performance & Installation, 2020 ” 99 second hand smartphones are transported in a handcart to generate virtual traffic jam in Google Maps.Through this activity, it is possible to turn a green street red which has an impact in the physical world by...

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Do not

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Who Cares

Kasja Jerlagić was born in Sarajevo, 22.05.1996, where she continues to live and not work. She’s the founder of the ODRON collective, an illustrator, and a community organizer.

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